Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by PRW94, Oct 3, 2018.
With Stevie singing lead ... it works IMO.
This is the setlist so far (I've found someone online who's keeping a running list):
You Make Loving Fun
Second Hand News
Say You Love Me
Black Magic Woman (1968 - Stevie on lead)
I Got You (Split Enz)
Tell Me All Things You Do (from Kiln House)
Hypnotized (from Mystery to Me, Neil on lead)
Oh Well (Mike on lead)
Don't Dream It's Over (Crowded House) (Stevie and Neil on lead)
Will current Fleetwood Mac be re-recording "Black Magic Woman" or any other songs from the original lineup on a future FM release you think?
That’s pretty damn cool. Wonder if they’ll do a couple different tunes every show like the Stones do?
We can hope.
Mick I guess was telling the truth if they dug back to Kiln House ...
Added to setlist:
Isn't It Midnight
You Make Loving Fun
Gold Dust Woman
Mick said they were going to do 3 hours ... I guess they are giving Tulsa its money's worth.
I saw the thread title and immediately assumed Fleetwood Mac were doing a burger promotion.
Add Go Your Own Way, Free Fallin, Don't Stop.
23 songs so far
Good set so far from what I see. Note that they did "I Loved Another Woman" on the Behind the Mask tour, the song that was rewritten to become Black Magic Woman.
It's cool they dusted off that chestnut.
But if ya wanna hear some ferocious treatment of those tunes,
lend an ear to "Boston Tea Party".
With Stevie singing? The guys would like that, Lulz.
Christine singing her 'Homeward Bound song would be a nice addition to the 'rotation spots' in the set list too.. it's a pretty fun tune with a nifty little groove to it.
This doesn't work for me.
Was this played? I see a setlist elsewhere that doesn't have it.
I was third row tonight. Pictures soon. Was a bonkers evening. Neil Finn sang three Lindsey songs and also Don’t Dream It’s Over.
Felt odd seeing Mac without Lindsey. I see Lindsey play on Sunday !
How long have they had the second drummer on stage? Seems to be an awful lot of extra people on stage there (drummer, keyboard player, 3rd guitarist)
They must still call it:
"Mick Fleetwood's Zoo"
Full version of BMW, video a little jittery ... Mick, John and Christine still remember their blues chops.
Petty tribute, Free Fallin'
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